MultiGage Reader App

Using our WiMER and BlueDial to wirelessly collect readings make displacement measurement simple. Yet it can be even more effective with the help of MultiGage Reader app.

MultiGage Reader app is able to connect up to 14 WiMER or BlueDial and receive readings from all of them at the same time. Each device will be assigned with an individual panel to display measurement reading, max, min, TIR and average value. User can disconnect a device or add more devices without interference in other devices and measurement undergoing. It is an ideal tool for simultaneous measurement at different locations along a long pipe or a shaft.

MultiGage Reader provides 2 options for data recording: continuous recording at up to 10 samples/sec or one by one capturing with button tapping. Recorded data can be plotted in a user interaction enabled graph (zoom, pan, screenshot) or exported in CSV file via email for further assessment.

To better visualize sensor readings, we embed a probe meter for both individual device (activated by tapping the sensor reading) and a group of devices (activated through more button). Two different options of probe meters with different numbers of ticks are available for different resolution requirements. Additional, users can freely set the range of the probe meter to further adjust display resolution. An analog needle rotates while sensor reading changes. Two limit handles indicate max and min values the device has reached.

For those who don’t have our hardware devices, the simulation mode will demonstrate major functioinalities of this App.

Available at the Apple App store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/multiple-bluetooth-gage-reader/id1038265515?mt=8

Help videos’ playlist for the MultiGage Reader App: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVFny1uZEebL8lJE6h7OEHgWC-atVLket

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